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Legal Pitfalls and Precautions When Returning to In-Person Events in COVID-19 Era

USA - February 15 2021 As nonprofit and trade associations begin to plan for the eventual return to in-person conferences, we take a look at how some of the discrimination…

COVID-19 Related Workplace Litigation Tracker

USA - October 28 2020 Wage and Hour Group Editors: Kathleen Anderson, Scott Witlin, Peter Wozniak, Mark Wallin Contributing Authors: Norma Zeitler, Terese Connolly, Mayra…

Alex M. Petrik, Anthony K. Glenn, Carolina G. Flores, Caroline Dickey, Kathleen M. Anderson, Mark Wallin, Mayra L. Bruno, Peter J. Wozniak, Sana Swe, Scott J. Witlin, Taylor L. Hunter, Terese M. Connolly.

Can Students and Grads Qualify for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance?

USA - May 21 2020 With the start of summer, scores of high school and college students typically would be returning to (or starting) internships or seasonal employment…

COVID-19 Related Workplace Litigation Tracker

USA - May 7 2020 As the dust begins to settle on the United States’ initial response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and businesses begin to adjust to the “new normal,” we…

Alex M. Petrik, Caroline Dickey, Kathleen M. Anderson, Mark Wallin, Peter J. Wozniak, Scott J. Witlin, Taylor L. Hunter.

Illinois Makes Workers Compensation More Accessible for COVID-19 First Responders and Front Line Workers

USA - April 14 2020 On April 13, 2020, the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission passed an emergency amendment that will make it easier for COVID-19 “first…

Kelsey J. Schmidt.